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Posted by on Jul 23, 2013 in Skype for Business® (Lync®) | 0 comments

Microsoft Lync 2013 Training Videos

Microsoft Lync 2013 Training Videos

Microsoft have released a set of 17 training videos, to get you up and running with the new version.

Whether you’re brand new to Lync, or are coming from 2010, you’re bound to find something in there you didn’t know.

 

Set up Lync 2013: Sign in and get oriented with Lync 2013

Set up Lync 2013: Change your picture in Lync 2013

Set up Lync 2013: Set your conversation history in Lync 2013

Set up Lync 2013: Set up your audio in Lync 2013

Set up Lync 2013: Set up your video in Lync 2013

Presence, IM, and Contacts in Lync 2013: Add contacts and create groups

Presence, IM, and Contacts in Lync 2013: Use presence to manage your time

Presence, IM, and Contacts in Lync 2013: Instant messaging

Presence, IM, and Contacts in Lync 2013: Use the contact card

Schedule, Join, and Conduct Lync Meetings: Schedule a meeting in Lync 2013

Schedule, Join, and Conduct Lync Meetings: Join a meeting using Lync 2013

Schedule, Join, and Conduct Lync Meetings: Share desktop and programs

Make the switch to Lync 2013: Find and Add Contacts in Lync 2013

Make the switch to Lync 2013: Make a Call using Lync 2013

Make the switch to Lync 2013: Check Someone’s Availability in Lync 2013

Make the switch to Lync 2013: Share Your Desktop in Lync

Make the switch to Lync 2013: Change Your Picture in Lync 2013

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